Nikolin Vangjeli, City Clerk
Chairperson Councilor Donna M. Colorio and the Traffic and Parking Committee will hold five (5) public hearings, one in each district, regarding adopting a statutory speed limit of 25 mph and the establishment of Safety Zones with 20 mph speed limits.
Public Notice of Vacancy - Public Library Board of Directors: The Election for the openings will take place on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at 6:30 p.m. both in person in the Esther Howland (South) Chamber on the 3rd Floor of City Hall and via the City Council's Zoom Account.
Pursuant to Chapter 20 of the Acts of 2021 and in order to ensure active, public engagement, the City of Worcester currently allows for both in-person and remote participation at all City Council and Standing Committee meetings. To partake in the “Public Participation” section of this meeting, you may attend the meeting in-person within the meeting location, or to join via the Virtual Application follow the link or dial the direct phone line and access code as indicated on the meeting agenda.
When: Thursday 02/22/24 5:30 PM
Where: Worcester Senior Center, 128 Providence Street
When: Monday 02/26/24 4:00 PM
Where: Virtual Meeting
When: Monday 02/26/24 5:00 PM
Where: Durkin Administration Building, Room 410, 20 Irving Street
When: Monday 02/26/24 5:30 PM
Where: City Hall, Levi Lincoln Chamber, 455 Main Street
When: Monday 02/26/24 6:00 PM
Where: Virtual Meeting
Public Notice: Law Department Moving to a Temporary Location - Learn More
The liability of the city is set and limited by state law. Generally, the city is liable only for specific acts of negligence in responding to dangerous conditions, not for the dangerous conditions themselves. For example, the city is liable if it does not repair a pothole within a reasonable time after discovering it - the city is not responsible for keeping the streets free of potholes. The law also imposes strict requirements for filing claims. Claims involving streets (potholes, etc) must be filed with 30 days of the incident. If you believe you meet the legal criteria for a claim against the city, you should file a claim against the city.
We encourage you to submit your application ONLINE through our new portal linked below! Please complete all required fields, electronically sign and upload the appropriate documents.
Alternatively, you may continue to use the Claim Form by printing out the Claim Form, filling it out, signing it and returning it to the City Clerk's Office.
City Clerk Niko Vangjeli and staff give you an overview of some of the services offered in the Clerk's Office.
City Hall Room 206
455 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
8:45 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday
8:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.